TOPICS OF INTEREST
New Gas-Separation Technology Reduces Cost, Weight, and Footprint
Hydrocarbon processing and treating systems often require large and elaborate surface facilities. When operating in challenging locations, such as deep water or the Arctic, these systems can be expensive. This paper discusses a new adsorption-based gas-separation technology platform.
Taking an Inside Look at Wellhead Monitoring and Metering
The data collected via monitoring and metering applications are increasingly viewed as central to assessing production performance and in decision making to optimize field development and operations.
Field Trials Help Boost Processing Capacity of Offshore Facility Above Nameplate Limit
The Constitution spar in the Gulf of Mexico has an original nameplate separation capacity of 70,000 BOPD and 200 MMscf/D of gas. Production potential from future developments is expected to exceed this limit.
Small Bubbles, Big Rewards for Separation Technology
Tiny bubbles, called nanobubbles, are the focal point of a new innovation aimed at transforming produced water from a costly byproduct into a valuable asset.
STAR Program Seeks Better Testing for Separation Technology
A project spearheaded by ExxonMobil, Shell, Chevron, and the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has been established to advance separation technology through improved testing methods and collaboration between users and suppliers.
Revolutionary, Evolutionary Ideas for Lowering the Cost of Gas Separation
Demand for a better way to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from natural gas led to the creation of a new material at Rice University in Houston that does something unprecedented on the molecular scale, and might even change gas processing.
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